I'm going to be learning to interlock conveyors so that one cant start without the preceding one running. For safety purposes. I'm working with a guy that does this all the time and we wont be doing this until next Saturday but he isn't the best at explaining stuff. He knows his stuff and is a fantastic spark but maybe I just don't absorb it all when hes explaining it. The way I have it in my head at present is that if I have a contactor and overload (motor 1) with everything connected as should and then an additional conveyor needs installed. So new contactor and overload provided. Would I be right that I can loop my A2 from the first contactor for motor 1 to motor 2. Then can I loop from my A1 through a NO front mounted auxiliary onto the A1 of motor 2 contactor? Thus when motor 1 has been energised it lets A1 through to motor 2 so it can wait for a start signal?